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We’re not your typical agency. In fact, we don’t want to be. At M Booth Health, we take pride in doing what’s right, not what’s easy. Asking the difficult questions and finding unexpected answers. Pushing ourselves and our clients to think bigger. Moving beyond imposed limits to break through and create real connection. 

We live our brand promise: Choose to Challenge. We're built to help organizations and brands challenge norms, drive results and improve the health and lives of those who need it most.

We believe health communications can change the world. Why? Because we’ve done it before. We’ve been at the forefront of advancing some of the most urgent issues in public health and medicine for decades. Our teams are purpose-built to challenge the status quo and drive results–both for our clients and for the health and well-being of people around the world.

M Booth Health’s growth has allowed for the building of a dynamic team comprised of agency veterans and new talent with a broad range of backgrounds to match our diverse client mix, including leaders in pharma, biotech, device & diagnostics, health tech and payors.   

Who You Are:

We want people who are just as passionate about health as we are. People who are serious about the work, but not too serious to have some fun while doing it. Candidates who bring big thinking and even bigger ambition; who are willing to push boundaries and challenge norms. And most importantly, who lead with kindness and humanity above all else. Does that sound like you? 

We are looking for a Vice President to add to our dynamic Health Equity & Multicultural Strategy (HEMS) team, who will help lead and guide the agency’s work on Health Equity and Multicultural Communications, by deepening and expanding our ability to counsel our public affairs, social impact, and marketing communications clients on strategies to advance health equity, engage diverse communities, and demonstrate their commitment to reducing disparities. 

We are looking for someone with a strong background in health and multicultural marketing; who has experience leading innovative multicultural communications campaigns. This person will serve as the day-to-day lead and a strategic counselor across a selection of accounts, with significant experience working with other disciplines as part of an integrated team. This role is part thinker, part doer and full-time leader. You can counsel clients, roll up your sleeves and get the work done, and inspire a team of colleagues who are equally as passionate about health as you are. 

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:


  • Serve as a strategic counselor and account lead, helping clients and in-house teams develop innovative, effective multicultural marketing strategies
  • Lead the execution of multicultural programs; Develop innovative, effective strategies that connect health organizations and companies to the right audiences in a way that is culturally-relevant and measurably moves minds while advancing client objectives and the agency’s business 
  • Build strong and enduring client relationships, earning their trust as their day-to-day counselor and thought partner on integrating equity and inclusion into effective health communications   
  • Drive continuous evolution of the work to reflect trends in the broader landscape and respond to changing client needs
  • Inspire clients to think bigger, expanding the kind of work we do with them to achieve more creative, modern and integrated programs


  • Help expand the agency’s multicultural communication resources and capabilities in partnership with the EVP, Health Equity & Multicultural Strategy
  • Plan and support thought leadership activities that build the agency’s reputation as expert in health equity and multicultural communication
  • Participate in new business efforts, proactively contributing to growth of clients through innovative and value-added ideas that clients buy  
  • Serve as a trusted leader at M Booth Health, contributing thoughtful insights and ideas to deliver on our promise of Choose to Challenge for both our clients and our people


  • Demonstrate a consistent and steadfast commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and play a deliberate and actionable leadership role in supporting our DE&I programming
  • Live our agency values every day, and most importantly, lead with kindness and humanity above all else
  • Be an engaging, collaborative and passionate leader of the M Booth Health crew


  • Approximately 8+ years of agency or related experience; multicultural communications experience is mandatory
  • Experience in health – government, non-profit, medical, or pharmaceutical, familiarity with health science, policy, advocacy, and/or regulatory environments
  • Experience managing integrated communications campaigns and the organizational skills needed to do so
  • A passion for advancing equity and inclusion in health
  • Knowledge of trend spotting, multicultural media, and cultural implications that will impact storytelling
  • Ability to see and understand the big picture and add value by translating insights into strategic plans
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, with proven effectiveness driving complex multi-stakeholder planning processes, leading programs to desired results
  • Stellar communication, writing, and presentation skills
  • Self-starter, collaborative, solution-oriented, and an agent of change

What We’ll Bring:

Here are a few highlights of the benefits we offer at M Booth:

  • A workplace that’s alive with courage, ideas, respect and humanity
  • Professional growth and development programs to help advance your career
  • Comprehensive health care and wellness plans for your entire family
  • A 401(k) Savings Plan and Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Paid holidays, Unlimited Paid Time Off (Personal, Sick, Vacation), and Summer Fridays
  • Additional Perks: Family Leave, Well-Being Programs, and Commuter Benefits
  • Salary Range: $136,000-$185,000

M Booth Health is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Location: Remote or in the New York office

If you plan on working remotely, we can accept applicants from the following states:

Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington D.C.

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